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DISCUSSION: "Healthcare after the elections"

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How will political parties change the Slovak healthcare system if they succeed? What will be the fate of healthcare reforms? Should we expect changes in the healthcare part of the recovery plan? What should the Slovak healthcare system look like from the point of view of the shadow ministers of healthcare and actual minister of healthcare?

Zuzana Dolinková

Ministry of Health of the Slovak Republic
  A lawyer who has been dealing with health law for 15 years. In the years 2015-2021, she represented almost two thousand outpatient health care providers in negotiations with health insurance companies. She is interested so that the citizens can actually see and tangibly feel the results of her work. Because just wanting to change things is not enough, but much more needs to be done for it.
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Tomáš Szalay

Committee of the National Counsil of the SR for the health sector
MUDr. Tomáš Szalay, PhD. is a founding partner, senior analyst and executive director of the Health Policy Institute. In the 2023 parliamentary elections, he was elected as a member of the National Council of the Slovak Republic, and is a member of the NC SR Committee for Health Care. Since 2018, he has been working as a doctor in the Bratislava self-governing region. He studied medicine and from 1996 to 2002 worked as an editor and moderator of TV Markíza. In the period 2002-2004, he was a member of Rudolf Zajac's reform team at the Ministry of Health of the Slovak Republic. He deals with health policy, the availability of health care and health legislation.
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Vladimír Baláž

NsP Banská Bystrica
Head of the Urological Clinic of the SZU FNsP FD Roosevelt Banská Bystrica, the main expert of the Ministry of Health of the SR for urology. For many years he worked in the management of FNsP FD Roosevelt Banská Bystrica (deputy for LPS, director). The main center of interest is innovation, robotic surgery (head of the Center for Robotic Surgery in Banská Bystrica) and transplant medicine (head of the Transplantation Center at FNsP FDR Banská Bystrica). Since 2012, member of the National Council of the Slovak Republic and member of the Health Care Committee.
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Michal Palkovič

Office for Health Care Supervision
since 7.2.2024 Chairman of the Office for Health Care Supervision 5/2023 - 10/2023 Minister of Health of the SR 3/2023 - 5/2023 State Secretary of the Ministry of Health of the Slovak Republic 2005 - 2023 Office for Health Care Supervision: doctor performing autopsies (since 2005), deputy head doctor (2006 – 2020), head doctor of PA workplaces in Bratislava (since 2020). 2022 - 2023 representative to the chairwoman of the Office for Health Care Supervision 2012 - 2022 director of the section of forensic medicine and pathological anatomy 2010 (to this day) university teacher, University of St. Cyril and Methodius in Trnava, Faculty of Health Sciences 2006 - 2024 biopsy histopathologist, University Hospital in …
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Oskar Dvořák

Progresívne Slovensko
Oskar Dvořák is the manager of Progressive Slovakia for the health sector. He started working in healthcare as an analyst at Transparency International. Later, he became part of Miroslav Beblavý's team, where he contributed to uncovering the "Aunt Anka" and "Masér Kostka" cases. He was also one of the authors of the PS/SPOLU coalition's election program. After the elections, he worked at the Ministry of Health, where he led the reform team that developed the approved reform of hospitals. For this achievement in the field of public policy, he also received the Forbes 30 under 30 award.
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Marek Krajčí

Member of the National Assembly of the Slovak Republic, chairman of the health committee, ex-minister of health, pediatric cardiologist. Team leader for the health sector of the OĽANO movement. He was elected to the parliament from 143 candidate positions, receiving more than 35,000 preferential votes. He is the creator of the OĽANO health program and the author of the government's program statement for the health sector. For years, he has also been involved in volunteering and supporting various charitable projects at home and abroad and is a laureate of the Mayor of Slovakia's Bratislava Prize for selfless and effective help to people in need.
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